State of Missouri Board of Probation & Parole 211 Compass Point Dr, Saint Charles, MO63301 The District 17 Probation and Parole Office supervises people who are on probation or parole who live in St. Charles…More County. These people were placed on probation by the court or by the Parole Board and have to check in regularly with a Parole Officer.
Smith Law Offices 205 N 5th St, Saint Charles, MO63301 Attorneys Nevada and Monica Smith offer a variety of legal services to their clients. Some of its practice areas include…More family, traffic, criminal and civil law. It also offers assistance with naturalization, estate planning and probation revocations.
Barklage, Brett, Wibbenmeyer & Hamill 211 N 3rd St, Saint Charles, MO63301 Barklage, Brett, Wibbenmeyer & Hamill is a full service law firm offering legal services in the law areas of estate…More planning, probate, business formation, personal injury and a plethora of others. In addition, Barklage, Brett, Wibbenmeyer & Hamill's attorneys offer over 60 years of combined legal experience. Visit the firm's official website for additional information on the services offered.
Here, the 11th circuit court handles criminal, civil, family, traffic and probate cases. Case information is…More available online at http://www.courts.mo.gov/casenet/ and is searchable by name, case number, filing date or hearing date.
Marriages are performed in the court by appointment. Fines and court costs can be paid by credit card or cash in person or by mail to the Circuit Clerk's office. For information about serving on a jury, call 636-949-3088.
The Eastern Missouri Alternative Sentencing Services program has locations across Eastern Missouri, from Warrenton to…More the city of St. Louis. The Administrative Office is located in St. Charles.
The company offers a number of services including private probation supervision, pre-sentence investigations, domestic violence counseling and education seminars, alcohol drug education programs and electronic monitoring.
In addition, the company offers a Substance Abuse Traffic Offender Program. People who have had a traffic offense related to drug or alcohol use are often required to participate SATOP to get their driver's license reinstated.